2. Dennis Schroder
Another pesky guard who is eligible to be traded today is Toronto Raptors guard Dennis Schroder.
Schroder would definitely be harder to land in a trade than Patrick Beverley due to how well he is playing, but the fact that multiple of the Raptors' star players could be on the move this deadline could open up an avenue for Dallas to get involved as a third team to pursue him.
This season for Toronto, Schroder is averaging 15.4 points, 3.0 rebounds, and 7.0 assists per game while shooting 42.1 percent from the field. Schroder has started in all 24 games for the Raptors so far, and he would be a great fit for the Mavs off the bench.
With Dallas' starting guards consisting of Luka Doncic and Kyrie Irving, the Mavs would then have another great guard to lead the second unit in Schroder.
Obviously, Dallas needs forwards much more than guards, Schroder could be someone Dallas looks at if they send some of their other guards elsewhere in a separate trade. Schroder's defense, IQ, and facilitating would help him thrive in Dallas, as he would be surrounded by shooters.
Although the fit on the court would be great, there could be some pushback on making a move for Schroder due to some of his actions off the court this summer. He made some out-of-pocket comments about Mavs forward Maxi Kleber regarding him not participating for Germany, and if things haven't blown over there yet, this could make things weird in the locker room.